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Creation Date: June 26, 1969
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VOL. 27 NO 14 (U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 26. 1969




. Six Officers End Naval Careers at Jacksonville m



JaxSix air station officers lain; Cdr. John K. Davis Jr., Retirees End 166 Years of Service'At \
will stand in front of their last Air Operations officer; and Lt.
military formation here tomorrow Cdrs. Donald W. Moore,security
at which they'll be officer; and Earl GLee and Hen
presented retirement papers. ry A. Chipman Jr., both from Full Dress Ceremony TomorrowCapt.
The six will retire with a Air Operations Department.
total of 166 years of service to The full dress ceremony will
the Navy and their country. To begin with a 1 p.m. officers' Nealon commission at Jax. He then went back to the Paci-
be retired are Capt. Eugene T. call, followed by inspection 15 He left Jacksonville for NAS fic to serve as ordnance of -
Nealon, NAS dental officer;Capt. minutes later. Fall -, in for the From Pennsylvania, CAPT Whidby Island, Wash., before ficer at Naval Station, Midway 1
Joseph M. Geary, senior chap-: ceremony has been set for 12:45. Nealon graduated from George serving in the South Pacific as a Island before reporting for duty
town University Dental School in pilot with VB 138. In the sum- with VR 7 at Moffet Field '
1935, six years before he began mer of 1944 he began duties as Calif. In late 1965 he ar -
his naval service at the Naval a flight instructor at Lake City, rived at Jax for duty.
Dental School, Bethesda, Md. Fla. And in 1945 he went to Married to the former JaneC.
The war,years saw Doctor Hutchinson, Kan., as a flight in- Carmack, the commander and
Nealon serve" as a dental offi- structor. Graduating from the Mrs. Moore have two teen age
cer at Newport, R. I., and aboard Navy Photographic School at Pen- children.
the USS Prairie. From late sacola, he served with VP 6
LCdr. Lee
1943 to 1946 he served with the in Hawaii and at Miramar, Calif
Marines at Parris Island, S. C. up to April 1947. He returned to From West Virginia, LCdr.
before going back to sea duty a two year tour with VP 6 Lee enlisted in the Navy in 1938,
aboard the aircraft carrier USS before becoming a student at the and completed recruit trainingat

Midway. .' Norfolk, Va. After six months
I' Other duty stations included r ; ,; aboard the USS Henderson he ser-,
: ; NAS Jax, GuantanamoBay.Cuba ,I>.:. "< ved as a plane captain with VP-
IrV and Bainbridge, Md. In 1959 > :> 101 at Cavite, P. I. before reporting -
: he graduated from the Naval War 't' to VP 43 at Adak.
.,;.... ..* : College before going to NAS 'i:<< Alaska.He .
V'T V >
.......... .. : ..). Quonset Point, R. I. as the den- ;f 4l. was designated an aviation
.. tOC1c.n', tal officer. He later served enlisted
at pilot as an man in 1942
I r.......,.... ...... V"t:tjLt, : _... DOlU."_ S and in December of
Brooklyn, N. Y. and at the Navy thatyearwas
THE MOSTEST--Capt. D.W. Herlong (I), commander Fleet Department before returning to assigned duty at Pensacola. Fol-
Air Wing I 11 I, accepts, a check for $738 from Cdr. Abelein, Jacksonville 1966 for his second lowing the flight training he ser-
skipper of VP-S. The check represented the contributionsfrom tour of duty. ved with the Black Cat Squadronin
trr squadron's personnel during. the Navy Relief Driveon The captain is married to the the Pacific.In .
station, and set the high for donations above all other former Katherine Griffin of 1945: he began Test Pilot
,
,Wing, activities. Wilkes Barre, Pa. ,;School. ,..100'from January 1948
he began a one year tour as a
Capt. Geary

Pay Rise 'Effective, July 1 : Chaplain Joseph Michael Geary Capt. Geary test January pibt. 1950 From he January participatedIn 1949to

left his native state of Illinois the Berlin Airlift with VR .-
It's official! On June 17, President Richard Nixon signed an with a commission as a lieutenant General Line School at Newport, 44andVR-8.
executive order increasing the rates of monthly basic pay for junior grade and orders to R. I., from which he graduatedin After other assignments he
members of the,Armed Forces to be effective July I. the Navy Chaplain School in 1943. 1950. served as the pilot for the Sec-
He served aboard the USS During the next several years retary of the Navy. In 1955
The new rates of pay were many of you, greatly needed." Bushnell for nearly years before the commander served three he became operatons officer at
promulgated by NAVCOMPTNOTE The secretary also said"All serving tours at Memphis, tours in Florida and was a studentat NAS Ford Island, Pearl Harbor
7220 of May 5, 1969 anH hands are urged to take this Tenn., and Great Lakes, Ill. In the Air Force Air Com and then went to Atsugl, Japanfor
the pay raise shall be reflectedin opportunity to consider commencing 1947 he completed an assignment mand Staff College, at Mont duty. He later served with
the first pay day In July. or increasing a systematic aboard the USS Fresno beforea gomery, Ala. VR 21 and on the staff of the
"This substantial increase in savings plan, including partic- period of inactive duty. In 1962 he began a tour with Commander in Chief, Pacific
basic pay is well deserved," ipation in the Savings Bond Pro- Back on duty in the summer of the Continental Air Defense Com- Fleet.
said the Secretary of the Navyin gram, and for those eligible, in 1948, the chaplain served atCapt. mand at Colorado Springs,Colo.,, Among the commander's me-
a recent message, "and, for the 10 per cent savings program.*' from which he received the Joint
l Services Commendation Medal
Military Pay Schedule (Clip & Save) for outstanding service.He .
The Military pay period for 4 days ) 1 R 1 I
Sept. ((13 pay left the joint command for 7 / bZ y s +
the second half of calendar Sept. 18 ((14 days pay) duty at Jax in the summer of 1967.
'
year 1969 has been anOct.. 2 ((14 days pay) Among the other medals worn by

nounced by the Navy Finance Oct. 16 ((14 days pay) ,,; the commander are the Dis -
Officer. '''Military pay days Oct. 30 ((14 days pay) ; ,' tinguished Flying Cross,Air Me-
for that period are as folNov.. 13 ((13 days pay) 5 dal mendation with five Medal stars and with Navy combat Com-

lows: Nov. 26 (14 days pay) l "V.

July 10 ((10 days pay) Computed through Nov. 27 i"''f'' The commander and Mrs.
July 24 ((14 days pay) Davis, the former Julia Anne

Aug. 7 ((13 days pay) Dec. IS ((18 days pay) Mobley, live in Jacksonville and ,
Aug. 21 ((14,days pay) Dec. 30 ((15 days pay) have two sons and two daughters. ; F

________________nnn___________ ____ ___ __ LCdr. Moore 5" 6y
LCdr. Moore started his ser Cdr.
Nealonthe Davis
vice as a naval cadet in Nov -
I jL Bremerton, Wash., Naval ember 1942 and served on active dais and decorations are the Air
Hospital. Other assignments include duty until late 1945. During his Medal with four stars,Navy Com-,
duty aboard the cruiser USS active service he was a studentat mendation with one start
Des Moines; Marine Barracks, Mexico, Mo., Davenport,Iowa, Unit Commendation with star,
Camp Pendleton, Calif.; Third Athens Ga., St. Louis, and the Army Distinguished Service with
Marine Division in Japan; Mid- Naval School at Shawnee, Okla. oak leaf cluster. Philippine De -
way Island Moffet Field, Calif.; He also flew PB2Y's with VP3- fense American Defense, Am-
and the 14th Naval District.In 13 in the Pacific. erican Campaign, Navy Good
late 1962 he completed dutyat Back on active duty in late 1951as Conduct with four stars, and
the Navy Postgraduate School a lieutenant he reported for Armed Forces Expeditionary.
and returned to serve with the duty at Memphis, Tenn., before Married to the former Margaret -
Third Marine Division division serving as an instructor at Pen- Dickerson of Charleston, W.
chaplain until late 1963. From sacola at both Whiting and Corey Va.. the Lee's have children.
there he went to the Naval Hospital Fields. Their son is a Navy officer who
at St. Albans, N. Y. and From December 1953 to April is serving here with VW 4.,
then back to California for more 1954 he was a student at Glynco LCdr. ChipmanA
duty with the Marines before reporting Ga., and then served with ZP -1
r j ;
Cdr. DavisA cember 1956. attended Salem College in West -
{ \ I In early 1956 he began a two- Virginia before becoming a naval'!*
. ,k"Ji1'.f'4' .' 4!" > .' Georgian, Cdr. Davis enlisted year tour with VW 11 in Maryland cadet a year after the attack at '
t" in the Navy in early 1942as and then served three yearsas Pearl Harbor.He .
HOT DOG--That's! what it is at lunchtfme for this and many, a seaman second class before, the security officer at NAS was commissioned andde-

other visitors. (For more details see story;;bn Page 9)). receiving his flight training and Norfolk. (Continued on Page 2))

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N ROMAN. Cdwards CATHOLICSt. Chapel


Two Wheel Motoring SafetyTwo 9 4r SUNDAY MASS3 A<. 11 a.m.
DAILY MAS11:30:: a.m.
Confession will be held on
Sunday at. 8:=30 & 1030: a.m.

wheel motoring is the fastest growing form of transportation E Instead of Saturday.

sport and fun in the United States, especially for the service. U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.

man, because of its economy of operation and maintenance.A Luke's Chapel


modern motorcycle has many built-in features that make it potentially SUNDAY MASS8:00; a.m.

the world's safest motor vehicle. You see better since PROTESTANT WORSHIP l

visibility is absolutely unlimited to the front, sides and rear. Operating SERVICES10:00: a.m.

controls are always within easy reach, ready for instant re

sponse. Throttle, brakes and clutch work with a simple touch. Cornering PROTESTANT'' ,'*' ,

steering, braking, acceleration and maneuverability cannotbe 28 PLUS 1-. AVCM Chris C. Owens reenli sts for an additional All Saints' Chapel

duplicated. two years and brings his total naval service to 30

The chief is senior enlisted man In Weather Recon SUNDAY
Authorities agree that defensive driving is the most importantkey years.
nalsance Squadron 4. He Is a veteran of World War II and Church School -9:00: a.m.
to safe driving. This holds true whether you are driving a
holds the Bronze Star with Combat "V" for service aboard Bldg. # 722
two wheel or four wheel vehicle. To drive defensively you must
Cdr. A. "F". Marsh VW-4 execu- Junior Church -10:00 a.m.
the USS Franklin (CV-13)). ,
drive for the other person as well as yourself, keeping always alertto Bids. 722 ...
officer administers the oath.
the situation, and be prepared for any eventuality. A safe driver tive Divine Worship Service 10

also operates, his vehicle well within his own ability. Since there is a.m. BldR. JJ 750

no substitute for experience, regardless of the type of vehicle you Retirees (from page one) Episcopal Communion 8:30

are operating, your driving skills develop as you gain experience.So a.m.
after you are familiar with the simple controls, learn to ride signated a naval aviator in LCdr. and Mrs. Chipman,the Small Chapel Bldg 750
1945. The pilot then served as former Mildred E. Gross, live Junior Youth Fellowships.
your motorcycle under the supervision of a competent instructor.In .
both student instructor and flight in Orange Park and have a teen- Bldg. 722
all vehicle operation, tailgating or following too closely, is instructor at Naval Air Station, age daughter, Lisa. TUESDAY
Pensacola from May 1945 tojuly Senior choir Rehearsal- p.l11.
Hail & Farewell
h
BldR. 750
1946.Following
other duties he be- Following the retirement cere- WEDNESDAYNaviuator.'s

'cuLoW 1RAV6L CtS mony and inspection tomorrow, Bible Class' 7
i! :; : ': ":: the six officers will be honoredat p.m. BldR. V i 722 ..

-: "hou a Hail and Farewell party at THURSDAY S
R the Officers' Club. Christian Science Service -

: : .' Also honored at the party will 8 p.m. l31dR. 1 17.50 .

f.f.i:i be the following officers report- SUNDAY' ,
ing for duty at NAS Jax. Com- Evening Worship 6 p.m.
,'/ manders Charles M. Thomas and BldR. 0 1 750
Clifford A. Calais; Lt. Cdrs. TUESDAY

., Robert C. Franklin and StephenR. Pentecostal rellowship--7p.m.
Stokes; Lts. ChristopherB. BldR. !V 722
Harris and Raul Vasquez;
$ Lt. (jg's) Carl J. Domino, DonC. ,
Thomson and William LowI I

.. wamong ry; and WO's Delbert Oakes and, TrafficViolations
-.- -: .. :- Ronald J. Blaine,1r.


LCdr. Moore A

the leading causes of vehicle accidents. Allow a minimumof came a student In October 1950at 4 The following is a report of

one car length for each ten miles of speed, and as speed! increases the Fleet Aviation Electronics motor vehicle accidents traf-

the distance between you and the vehicle you are follow Training Unit at Norfolk, Va. fic violations for the period June
ing also must increase. From January 1951 to March 1953 10 June 16.Number.
he served with two anti sitoma- of Accidents
Expect the unexpected. A parked automobile may suddenly pull rine Norfolk and This
squadrons Underwent week - - -10
away from the curb or a car door may be opened without warning.A all-weather flight train Total accidents this year through
child dart into the street from in front of So Christi Tex.
may a parked car. ing at Corpus June 16 - - 181

be always on the alert while operating your motorcycle.You t" -- -' .- Number of accidents through June
1968 - - 176.
and your motorcycle are a "team" but you are the team
.. Total number of days since last
captain, so:
-". injury in a motor vehicle accident -
Keep motorcycle under complete control at all times .
your
- - -19.
>
and drive as far ahead as possible. ., 1 Number of Violations
This Week - - 42
Adjust your speeds to existing conditions and exercise extra
Speeding - - -5
cars at all intersections. LCdr. Chipman
Reckless Driving - -2
Always apply the rear brakes of your motorcycle first, since
Departing the station for new Going through stop sign -7
the front brake is more powerful, for braking must be gradual, q. ,duty assignments are the fol Other violations - -28
especially on road surfaces that are slippery.And :' lowing officers: Capt. Jens B. Twenty four drivers ap -
{> Flock; Cdr. Robert peared before the Traffic Hear-
always exercise extreme caution when passing another E. Timby;
vehicle.A LCdrs. Loye A..1 Ashton, Les- ing Board on Jun 19. Disposition -
i lie W. Taylor and BarnieL.Vanzant of the cases included the
rider can make two wheeled motoring a completely safe form ; and Lts. William M. Bat- following: 6 lost driving and

of transportation by obeying the rules of safety which apply. to tles, Clifford Conway,Edmond L. parking privileges aboard station
all who use the roads. LCdr. Lee Green, Gary F. Haynes, Richard For various periods; 11 were assigned -
B. Whittington, James W. to complete an eight -
Remember, you can ride with safety for yourself and for othersif Key
March 1953 found LCdr.Chip- George P. Peloquin, and John ti. J hour course in remedial driving;
you follow the basic rule THINK SAFE, AND BE ALERT. man serving as a flight training Prey. 4 were given warnings;
(AFPS) officer at NAS, Anacostla,Wash
ington, D. C. In 1955 he left

God Does Not ForsakeCdr. his Washington the Naval assignment Justice School.to attend -

Next came a three JAX AIR
year NEWS
M. Eller, CHC
assignment at NAS Dallas, Tex.,

The little school boy knelt beside his bed and said his prayersas followed by two years with VS-
his mother listened "Bless 27 at Norfolk. From May 1961to
: my mother and my daddy and
bless my puppy. And, please God, make Scranton the capitol of August 1964 he served at The JAX ,AIR NEWS is a civilian; Enterprise Newspaper dis
Pennsylvania.' 'Because, that's what I put on my examination NAS, New York. He first served trihuted each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jack
paper." In Jacksonville at the Naval sonville. Florida, by the Holt
Actually,.' this is not too far from the Idea many adults have Air Reserve Traning Unit before firm. All Copy submitted for use Publishing in the Company, a private
JAX AW NEWS must
of prayer, that is, attempting to have a relunctant God changethe being assigned to NAS Jack he forwarded to the PuhUc Affairs _
sonville. Office, nor
.
NAS Jack"sonville
natural order of things to please our selfish desires. hy 12:00 noon on
One of the greatest rewards of is the items Monday before publication. News
prayer very opposite idea, arc welcomed from all sources ..
that of getting ourselves in accord with God, When we first seek or 1 311'). Telephone 772. 1118arc
Him, the other things of life fall Into their proper place.
Though not foremost, asking is a vital part of prayer. Christ AdlJCrtisemtllts
told us to ask and said we would receive, to seek and we would solicited by the publisher and. queries
find. concerning such should he directed to:

More blessings than this world could ever dream of are missed HOLT PUBLISHING
through our lack of prayer. 4747 San Juan Avenue COMPANY
Depend upon organization and you receive what organization telephone 388 Jacksonville, Fla. 32210
can do. Depend upon education and you receive what education can Take stock in America -_2755_or 387 3566

do. Depend upon eloquence and you receive what eloquence can Buy UA Swuifi u-...A:Fr A**sa..,.. VOL. 27 N0. 14
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I Corsair Built Tough r Safety Program Launched .I


Birds 30 Years Ago The National Safety Council the thinking and changes people's
Defensive Driving Course is being attitude toward driving as wellas

DALLAS June 18...airplane Vought plane In existence. The i presented for dependents. Improving their drivinghabits.As .
should be either man said after being -
C CECIL The dependents one young
built in the 1930s for the Kingof oldest Vought aircraft In the
those who required to take Defensive
licensed drivers or are
Siam believed to be the oldest Smithsonian Air Museum are f4U of
aircraft OS2U about to be licensed. Defensive Driving by the accumulation
still in existence Corsairs and Kingfishersof
is for regard- points on his driving record, "I
Driving everyone
built the
by Vought Aeronautics World War 11 vintage.
of LTV less of age or driving experience. find myself driving defensivelyIn
Division Aerospace Cor- The San Diego AerospaceMuseum
"
poration, has been discoveredin has pieces of a Vought It is usually said that the young spite of myself.
near-flyable condition In Bang VE-7 trainer, the first aircraft inexperienced driver should take The full 8-hour course will be
produced by the old Lewis and driver training, this is basicallytrue presented in 2-hour sessions
kok.Air Force Lt. Col. Walter J. Vought Company In 1917. The CAtj ; however, Defensive Driving twice a week, thereby taking two
Boyne, an antique aircraft buff wings and tail are part of a brings to light the many little- weeks to complete. There will
found the old-V-93S biplane in well-known biplanecalled"Early things that are not done by drivers be classes held In the afternoonand
but that need be done
to to
.
the Royal Thailand Air For.eMuseum. Bird. in the evening.For
make their safer.
He told company Lewis and Vought became driving
officials here the plane was Chance Vought Aircraft, then Defensive Driving, in explaining information on sched-
the of accidents and
"in excellent condition and com- Vought Aeronautics Division of cause uling and to enroll, contact Mrs. :
plete except for armament anda LTV Aerospace Corporation.The the ways of avoidance stimulates Guest Ext. 381 .
few flying instruments. Thailand V-93S," Lt. Col.
..
The V-93S a two-place open Boyne said, reveals an "out- ----. -- .,.
cockpit plane was one of 12 standing quality of workmanship
built for the King of Siam by exceeding that of other productsin
Chance Vought Aircraft in the the museum... the classic fleet A
early 1930s and shipped to observation plane looked ready to (
Southeast Asia for assembly. It lift off the deck of a carrier (
was In service there from 1934 that afternoon. There was some
untlll 1949. minor damage to the woodwork in ; :
Louis S. Casey curator of the the cut-out of the upper wing, _
Smithsonian Institution's Air but this was apparentlydonedur- Yi Fw ( AI A- Wi r Ts --
Museum said that "I think you ing the move from the storage I r
are correct in assuming thatit site to the museum. i
(the V-93S) is the oldest" "Instruments were missing in 'yyyr
both cockpits of the V-93S, but -
all other controls were in place
.
and worked freely. The scarf
OFCOURSE ring was In place and one could at+

picture a pair of Lewis guns
mounted ready for combat. This
aircraft had served 15 years,
from 1934 to 1949."
The V-93S was powered by a

engine 745-hp. Pratt giving& Whitney It a maximum Hornet 38784669 G? fl AV E SHOP

I speed of 190 mph., and a cruis- 389-4659
ing speed of 150 mph. It hada AUTO-MARINE SERVICE CENTER
wingspan of 36 feet and weighed
; 4,617 pounds. I r Roosevelt Blvd at Ortega River PH. 387-4669

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CFAW-11 Sends Thank You .. ..Yi

P'$ ek v eav L.6q



To NAS for Job Well DoneCapt.


!
H. O.Cuter,NAS commanding ion with the transfer of a numberof in top condition preparatoryto
officer recently receivedthe SP-2H aircraft; transfer of custody; UNITAS i iwi
following letter of appreci- Assistance in the form of presparations continue and become iI I
ation from Commander Fleet Air equipment and personnel effect more significant as the
Wing 11: the expeditious off-loading and commencement date approaches.My .
"In recent weeks squadrons processing of 230 personnel and recently deployed squadronwill
attached to Fleet Air Wing 11 45 tons of cargo for a squadron be reestablishing itself aftera L : ;
have been involved in fleet operations returning from a West Pac D long absence from Jackson _
and other activities RETURNING FROM A West Pac ville. Preparations for hostinga
}
which have greatly increased the ployment; reserve squadron in July will 'p*' ,:
number and scope of demands Assistance in making prepar- have to be completed. .j s'f. ftL x
placed upon various supporting ations to host a large contingentof I feel certain that NAS Jacksonville t
functions at NAS Jacksonville.Some Canadian military personnel; will continue to providethe \i: 1 :
of these additional Guidance these ..
support and assistance in same fine support during :
requirements are as follows: obtaining additional section "C" coming events as it has in the y. ?; __ ._ '" r 1 YO
Preparation of special packup material and assistance in the SSGT. THOMAS FRIEDT Is congratulated by Lt. Col. R.P.
material for UNITAS, fleet redistribution of these assets; past.Please extend my appreciationto Eckmann after taking oath of enlistment for four more years
operations and Bally Kelly deployments Accomplishment on short the personnel of NAS Jacksonville Friday. Sgt. Feidts is an instructor in the AE School and
; notice of several projects to Improve for their fine coopera- already has ten years in the Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps
Procurement of additional the functional capability of tive spirit and the excellent assistance -
Photo)
sonobuoys to satisfy increased Bldg. 506 and Hanger 1000. provided to units assigned -
operational requirements; The actions briefly described to Commander Fleet Air Wing
Around the clock support of above required the cooperation 11."
squadrons participating in fleet and assistance of many per- In his letter of congratulationsto Housing Waiting Lists
operations; sonnel, civilian as well as military department heads and person-
Above normal tire build-up and involved representa- nel, Capt. Cutler said, "This
requirements; tives from many departments. achievement is especially note-
Special assistance In connectIII There is ample evidence that worthy in that it occured while Now Being CompiledDue
the people working and servingat this station was undergoing both
NAS Jacksonville are here to military and civilian personnel
"serve the fleet" This attitudeis reductions and at the same time to the limited availability[ Naval Hospital
vital to such a large install- making substantial operating cost t of Navy housing, waiting list
ation with its many and varied reductions. I am confident that are being compiled on the basisof 1. chief of medicine captain
responsibilities. Such an atti- we will not only continue to merit grade, rank, date of prior detachment 2. chief of surgery captain
tude can go a long way toward recognition for effective support, date of application and 3. chief of orthopedics -captain -
overcoming budgetary or phys- but will exceed past efforts." bedroom requirements.
ical limitations and tends to Captains and commanders will NATTC
diminish the inherent impersonalnature receive consideration for the operational -
of a large organization.It stress and respon- 1. commanding officer captain -
r is indeed a pleasure to take sibility entailed in their assign-
note of these most recent examples I oTf tf 'lV W4MKfllIY 4 UCHWG( ments when they apply for family 2. executive officer com -
New of excellent support.At '' s housing. This will help determinethe mander
Delightful, the same, time, it shouldbe 1QIVj quality of the quarters and to NARTU
and mentioned that activeites in whom they will be assigned.Of .
Fun-Oriented the forthcoming weeks will con- the 38 officers' quarters 1. commanding officer captain -
Apartments tinue to require special consid- aboard the air station, four are
eration. designated Flag/Command quar- 2. executive officer com -
L
TVi Miles South Fleet operations will continueat ters for occupancy by ComFairJax mander
of JAX on US 17 a high tempo; one of our NAS commanding officers, FICEUR
ORANGE PARK squadrons Is preparing to deploy Naval Hospital, and NARF.
PHi 2M-42S.1 and we still have a num- AUTHORIZED MAKE ONLY PURCHASES' Fifteen of the housing units will 1. commanding ofncer- cap-
ber of SP-2H aircraft to put be assigned on a "first come, tain I.
-- first served basis, and the Fleet Weather Facility
remaining 19 will be assignedwith
consideration of opera 1. commanding officer captain -
tional stress and responsibility
Such consideration will be afforded -
the following: Senior Marine

i Com FairJax 1. colonel/lieutenant colonel

1. Chief of staff captain
2. Assistant Chief of staff for
readiness captain
3. ASW/OPCON center offi{ -
cer commander

Fleet Air Wing j II| w+

1. commander, FAW -11-
captain
2. operations officer com 1

mander 3. chief staff officer-captain


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1. executive officer captain ', ) '

mander 2. operations officer com W(t :' 1 I

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I CIVIL SERVICE NEWS



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Fek Civilian Job Openings Announced I


Jax-Merit promotion opper- ary Stores, Navy Recruiting Stat- Civil Service Examiners for
tunities currently open for receipt ion, Disease Vector Control Cen- Florida has issued the following
of applications are listed ter and Regional Storage Manage- announcements to fill positions
t below. The area of consideration ment Office Jacksonville. throughout the state ot Florida
and the closing date of each are Applications for this position will with the exception of 10 countiesin
shown. be accepted through the close of Northwest Florida.Engineering .
MPB No. 72-69 Plan Dgrade business July 8. Draftsman, Gs.5.
levels GS-4 and below; MPB No. All applicants must be careeror 9$5,732 to $8,462 a year; Medical f
79-67 PlanC All Semi-skilled career-conditional employess Radiology Technician, GS-5
of the federal government. Appli- and GS-6, $5,732 and $6,321 a ;
positions pay level seven and below cation forms 171 for these posit- year.
and MPB No. 83-67 Plan ions should be filed with Civilian Applications will be accepted
Ball skilled positions pay level Personnel Department, Box 22, until further notice, and shouldbe
seven and above. Area of con- NAS Jacksonville, Fla., 32212 sent to the Interagency Boardof
sideration: NAS.NARF.NARTU, For further information regarding U. S. Civil Service Examinersfor
: I COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT these positions, see the Florida, 3101 Maguire Boulevard t
Naval Hospital, Navy Comm- copies of the bulletins or Orlando, Fla., 32803.
issary Stores, Navy Recruiting announcements or call Ext. 2320 Further information regarding
: Station, Disease Vector Control Rating and Examining Branch, these positions may be obtained
Center and Regional Storage Civilian Personnel Office, NAS from the Employment Office,
Management Office, Jackson Jacksonville.The Building 907, or by calling
IS YEAR PIN-Winnie F. Greenlee, supervisor data commu ville. Applications for these positions interagency board of U.S. 772-3448.
nications equipment operator, receives a 15 Year Service will be accepted at any I
Award from LCdr. G.W. Loll of communications. Mrs. Green- time. A separate applicationmust Bonds bail !
lee has spent her 15 years of civil service at NAS Jax. which be interested.filed for each positionin Savings you out

(Why not increase your allotment today)

July 1969 Is Banner Month for New Science MPB Technician No. 68-69 GS-8.Physical Areaof

consideration: Nationwide.
for this will MOTHER'SBOOZE
Applications position
Federal Employee Benefits, ProgramsJuly be accepted through the closeof ii (
business Monday. o ', BLAST
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Acc-
MPB No. 74-69 Systems '
1969 will be a banner awards, and help achieve con- ountant GS-ll. Area of consider- & ALL DAY WEDNESDAY
month for federal employees. Not sistency among agencies in its ation: Nationwide. applicationsfor n\..
((
only is a pay increase scheduled, administration.New this position will be accepted ANY
for white-collar and postal work procedures for process- through the close of business Hare A Ball DRINK 55 *
ers, but three new governmentwide ing complaints of discriminationon July 1'7.MPB. ANY
programs also become grounds of race, color, re- No. 75-69 Computer 8 PM to 2 AM Dance to BRAND 9 am to 2 am
effective.The ligion sex or national origin Specialist GS-12. Area of con- Ronnie and the Soul SocietyMOTHER'S
new merit promotion sideration: NASNARFNARTU.COMF MARTINIS-MAR GAR IT ASBEEFEATERSCUTTYSARK
have three basic
policy, federal incentive awards objectives: AIRJ AX, FAETULANT, LOUNGE
program and discrimination To provide maximum opportunity Navy HospitalNayYCommissaryStores 1080 c..t Av. Ph. 388-9016 OLD GRAND DAD.SM1RNOFF
complaints and procedures are for informal resolutionof Navy Recruiting Station,
all effective July 1. problems which might resultin Disease Vector Control Center
More than two million federal Office, Jacksonville. Applica-
complaints
employees will have better opp- To guarantee; a fair and Impartial tions for this position will be
ortunities to be considered for hearing by a trained appeals accepted through the close of ABSOLUTEAUCTION
advancement under the new merit examiner when a hearing is required business July 2. ,
promotion policy. It places em- ; MPB No. 76-69 Mechanical
phasis on: To speed up the entire com- Engineering Technician GS-11.
Giving all employees the plaint process. Area of consideration: Sixth
chance to receive full consid- Naval District. Applications for
eration for promotion; fi 1 f-ui ; this position will be accepted
Using the most effective rating through the close of business MOST ANYTHING IN HOME FURNISHINGS,
methods to identify highly quali- I rA 4sr July 14.MPB. ODDS 'N ENDS AND CARPETING
fied candidates for promotion, J
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with use of written tests only : No. 77-69 Computer SUNDAY JUNE 29 ::*:::*:.2 PM
when approved the U.S.Civil Technician GS-7. Area of consi- ,
Service Commission;; deration: NAS, NARF, NARTU, 307 Kingsley Ave., at Hwy 17, ORANGE PARKSOUTHEASTERN
Keeping employees well informed COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, LIQUIDATION CO.
about the program and Naval Hospital, Navy Commiss-
their own promotional opportun- I4i-

ities.Significant revisions will be ...........
made in the government wide r
incentive awards program.
,
These changes will streamlineand -
clarify the program, estab- #matntti,&mutt, wrvt AU KNOW,
lish higher minimums for cash THAT 50 Mr.,tNi5 MOMENT WDUI.D AUNt f*
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I; Mayor Tanzler Sends Letter of f ThanksTo



NAS and Mayport Fire Fighting Units



,Jax--Jacksonvile's Mayor was turned in and foam and light fighters scaled ladders up the90
Hans Tanzler has sent a letterof water equipment was requested foot high tank in the face of 4 r N,: d
thank you to RAdm. Robert from the Navy. flames that reached200 feet and :
J. Stroh,commander Fleet Air Despite the severe weather at one time reflared behind the
Jacksonville, for the help received conditions that prevailed at the men working on top.
from the NAS Jax and scene, the fire fighters from Jax
NS Mayport fire fighting units and Mayport were able to make The actions of all the men 1L ?
that assisted his fire departmentin their way through the flooded was described as "heroic" and
a fuel fire June 5. streets and stalled traffic and 90 per cent of those in action i>+ Y
The fire, located at the fuel arrived at the scene in a short received some degree of burns.
farm at Commodore's Pointwas time. There they joined 200
started when a tank containing Jacksonville firemen in bringingthe The mayor pointed out that
300,000 gallons of gasoline was flames under control and preventing this once again was a fine example -
set ablaze by lightning. its spread to the closely of many services rendered ,.
yjgmBBBBH>IMMaBB tiBmMi ir-M iiii in wiiiu m *w***"'<>in-miimiimmimmmmmmsm mtt
Immediately on the arrival of adjacent tanks. to the citizens of Jackson- received his promotion
WAYNE LACKEY warrant to
the first firemen a third alarm To accomplish this the fire- ville by the Navy. SSGT.
his present rank Monday from Lt. Col. R.P. Eckmann, MAD

CO. Sgt. Lackey is presently attending the Aviation Electrician

Armed Forces A/V ConferenceTo "B" School. He reported to MAD only last week from

MARTD Jacksonville.


Be Held in NovemberThe


Club SchedulesOfficer's
Armed Forces Audio which will be scheduled for individual ion fees and security clearancesare
Visual Conference is scheduledto service meetings. not required.
be held Now. 3-7 at the Sher- Arrangements have been made
aton-Park Hotel, 2660 Connect- with the hotel for accomodationsfor Maximum participation by all
icut Ave., N. W., Washington, 750 attendees and reserv- photographic, instrumentation Club CPO Club
D. C. ations forms avail- and other audio-visual special-
are
request Lunch in the Main Brace San- Friday, the Tune Twisters are
The conference the able from the hotel. Registrat- ists is encouraged.
replaces wich Bar at the 0 Club today. featured at the club with the spe-
Armed Forces Television Con- Friday Happy Hour in the Main
cial for the evening,seafood plat-
ference, the U. S. Navy Photo- Brace from 4:30 to 6:00: p.m.
graphic Progress and Policy NEWS NOTESPhysical The Beef and Burgundy is the ter.Mark Castle entertains at the
Conference and similar confer- new addition to the Menu on Sat- club Saturday evenin.
ences held by other services. and urday night, along with the popu- club's featureis
Exams is to minimize confusion delay Sunday the menu
,Items on the agenda for the
lar Champagne Special,
and facilitate the orderly prime rib roast.
conference
include still and
Personnel Sunday the pool is open with a
desiring physical processing of all paperwork in-
motion picture photography,tele- for Family Buffet. Blue Jacket's Inn

vision, instrumentation and photo- examinations should contact the any Physical purpose Ex- volved. Exact Bus Fare Monday the Club is secured for Tonight, .don't miss the dance
graphic audiovisual research -
NATTC of Command.
amination Section oftheNASDis- Change contest to the beat of the Mes-
opportunities and development in the and audio-career pensary, extension 3506, for ap- The Jacksonville Coach Com- Wednesday is family night at sengers of the Masses.
visual field. pointments. Specific dates will pany has adopted a new policyof the pool, including the poolside Friday the drink of the day is
All meetings and discussionswill be assigned by the Examination requiring the exact change for buffet. scotch. Join Phil Cay and the
Section and be advised bus fare.
will
persons Chantels.
be held at the tri-service
level except for one-half day of appropriate orders and Bus operators no longer carry Saturday the Camelots are the
requests which must be submit- money with which to make change. entertainment for the evening.The .
ted prior to their examinations. Passengers expecting change will Camelots are again at the
An original and one copy of the instead be issued a voucher by club for Sunday.
request,' signed by a competent the bus operator stipulating the Surprise Happyhour is the feature -
authority, must be presented by' amount of change due to them. Monday along with Evelyn
each individual desiring an ex- This voucher must then be takenor Mee and the Three Sounds.
HONDAMeters amination. Exceptions to written mailed to the bus company
requests are officers for annual offices to receive specified re- Fleet Reserve Association

t Cycles Ct. physicals and personnel accom- fund. Tonight is Ladies night with all
panied by documents indicat- Surplus Sale drinks half price.Tomorrow .
ing the need for and type of examination A government surplus property features the Sur-
4949 Blanding 771-8244 required.The local spot bid sale will beheldat prise Band at 9 p.m., don't miss
purpose of this procedure the Disposal Division of NAS the fun.

at 9 a.m. Monday. Saturday night is the Shipwreck
The division is located one and Dance with prizes for the most
one-half miles south of the main unusual costumes.

gate.Military Jim Mann and the Good Tim-
and civilian DOD per- ..Nr ers are at the Club Sunday,come
My insurance ? sonnel are invited to participate early at 10 a.m. for the working
company except persons under 21 years of 8Uf Sit,tsgT this CA& JG 10*
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Four promotions and two re the liquid refreshment tab. the Marines dropped three of
enlistments along with the usual In softball action,the Dig Reds, four points in NATTC play. The
full slate of sports filled the Ma- still riding the crest of a 14 poor night knocked the Devil Dogs

Q,, to a qhYn rine Aviation Detachment sche- game winning streak and the out of first place in the bowling
dule last week. previously thrice beaten Sparkies league.
MSgt. Ronnie Smidley re 10 0. Les Carroll fired a
enlisted for three years while in two hitter at the sparkless Sparkles. Marine Barracks -

transit to Yuma. Smidley is cur- .
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rently on leave from a tour of dutyIn Sgt. Stephen C. Lennox was
.. as ,2SM Vietnam. He took his oath of The newly formed ,MAD base- aimed Marine of the Month for the
<,' reenlistment at MAD because his ball teamopenedtheirseasonlastThursday Marine Barracks. The selectionwas
I >' : discharge date came while not at with a win in the Jack- based on the sergeant's out- .
< :z a permanent duty station. He has sonville City Baseball League. standing performance of duties, \
r ; the The Marines displayed power at
in
over 22 years corps. conduct,
4- . the plate but inconsistency in the personal appearance ""
for both subordinates and
ONE OF TWO-CWO 4 Bill Woods Is promoted by Cdr. B.E. Three new corporals received field as they emerged with wild seniors respect and his productive ini- ';
Eakle, VAP-62 commanding officer, with the assistance of warrants last week in accord- and wooly 17 14 win over ative.

Woods' wife, Sue. Woods is presently on his third tour in the ance with composite scores from SherwinWilliams..
Jacksonville area.SECOND Headquarters Marine Corps. Saturday six,errors in two Innings During ceremonies held at the
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">-;).. !L J' : ,to.j Cpls. Barry Johnson, Robert opened the door for the Jax Naval Hospital, Maj. Bruce A.
Clarke and Pete Edwards, were Street Cleaners to trip the Ma- Greene, Marine Barracks Com-
promoted Wednesday. rines 10-5. manding Officer, presented Cpl.
.( f-jf' Don Coogler had two triples and Larry Stanton his first through 32 .f5}

In sports this week, the big AE drove In five runs In the openerto Flight Strike Air Medal. Also
vs Headquarters softball game pace the Marines, and Jim receiving awards were Pfc'sJ.B. ,,;.
s. turned out to be a wild skirmish. Hammond smacked a triple, Bryant, M. Alexander and R. II, :
The headquarters Pinkies broke ,double and a single in Saturdays Goodman, purple hearts; and t?{
loose in the fourth to take a commanding clash. LCpl's E. W. Barse, M. B. McCormick '{;
lead and hold on for 12- K. F. Hensley and J.P, '..,;
9 win. The losing AE team John McCorkle rolled a 182 Harris who were promoted to N:
used their pro pay to absorb last week but it was not enough corporal.
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II By Phyllis Harkinsdal II .Ni j

AEC J. Fulkerson, AEC K. Good Conduct Medal, third ed as phase officer in the avia- j
Mantle and AOC L. F. Doyle award, National Defense Medal, tion electrician's mate school, ; i
graduated on June 13 from the Vietnam Service Medal with silver class A, and CWO Harold will 'I,.
Naval Air Training Com star, Marine Corps Combat. be discipline officer.
UP IN RANK--Also promoted to CXO 4 at VAP-62
mand Chief Petty Officer Device and the Vietnam Cam -, Farewells go to Capt. and
was Don Lash. Performing the ceremony waste squadron's Academy, Class 69D and have returned paign Medal. lie resides in the Mrs. R. P. Kline, Cdr. and "'j.:;\1.
Oct. 19 officer-in-charge' LCdr. Highleyman. The promotion, to NATTC. RAdm. E. E. area with his wife and their four Mrs. W. J. Tutwiler Cdr. and ,;
took place in Rota, Spain where Det. 19 is currently deployed.Gettillfl' Christensen, chief of Naval Air daughters. Mrs. J. S. McNeely, Cdr. and ,
Technical Training, presentedthe Chief Doyle is presently Mrs. J. W. Chalkley, LQJ r. and ; ii
completion certificates at assigned to Phase Administrator Mrs. D. L. Cecil, LCdr. and ,.
the graduation ceremonies. at the Aviation Ordnance Mrs. H.A. Irwin, Lt. and ..;
Chief Fulkerson is an instructor School. Prior to this assign-, Mrs. J. G. Morris and Lt.
assigned to Phase IV of the ment, he worked in the testing and Mrs. E. F. Bath. :
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aviation electrician's mate office of Phase II. He has earn- Capt. Kline and Cdrs Tutwiler, ;'
school, class A. He is authorized ed the Good Conduct Medal,third McNeely, Chalkley and LCdrs <;;
to wear the Good Conduct Me-' award, National Defense Medal, Cecil and Irwin will retire from ,.,
away? dal, fourth award, national Defense Navy Unit Commendation Medal Navy Monday. Lt. Morris and ..,
Medal, China Service Me- and the Vietnamese Expeditionary Bath will be released to inactive :;N+
dal, Vietnam Service Medal and Medal. duty. .
and the Vietnam Campaign Medal. The CPO Academy is locatedat

., Chief Fulkerson and his wife, NAS Pensacola and is part of ,
Mitzi, have a son and daughter. the chief of naval air training, .h
ILv They reside in the Jackson ",
headquarters flag units. The ;
'. ," ville area. academy curriculum Is designed i1 nQ ..iYj
,' ''' ,. Also assigned to AE School, "
'1 :'>i to broaden the chief pettyofficer's ;
'<( I\:" Chief Mantle is a member of the knowledge of lead j 000 :.."
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AE program writer team. He is ership and related areas In order 1 00 00 r'
authorized to wear the Air MeMOTORS :
to equip him more ade 000 DoeOo )
quately to 'carry out the responsibilities ""
of his profession. 00 i;
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The Officer's Club will be the
1 scene tonight for Hall and Fare- 00
well Party for the Incoming and o
See HFC outgoing officers at NATTC. ;'
Hails go to Capt. and Mrs.

Before you go on leave, make sure you've got ; John E. Kennedy; Lt. Charles
E. Simons III; CW04 and Mrs.
enough money on hand. See us for a Traveloan.
Then you'll know you'll]] ,be able to cover all of Byren W. Johnson; CW02 and
leave I P-L-E-N-T-Y Mrs. Horace A. Johnson and
your expenses-food
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extras. Household helps more service people | OF VWs 1 CW02 and Mrs. C. P. Harold. Vhf/ J
every
year' than any other company of its kind. Taking I Reasonable / Capt. Kennedy will assume

off? A Traveloan from Household is a great way to i STATE INSPECTED command of NATTC Monday; '..;.
go. See us about yours today. Lt. Simons will be legal officer; -s.r .;; 1 ,I
CWO Byron Johnson's assign- '"Q'
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By Mrs. W.C. AndersonThe
and survival demonstration. To come aboard Mrs. Gary Hart-

members of NWCA, Jax round the day off, NWCAJax86 mann. ;. -
#86, are helping the commandof members will serve the young Unfortunately the clubs guest _n;

NAS Jax and the Greater Jack- sters lunch at the skeet range. sneaker, Cecil Steward, was unable : ,
sonville Economic Opportunities Jax 1## 86 is the recipient of to attend the meeting. After a i
: (GJEO) in a special summer another honor. Mrs. W. C. An- a short business session the 1 la's r v
: project for under priviledged child derson, public relations chair- club adjourned for refreshmentsand
ren. GJEO has many children that man, received a letter from a get acquainted tour of the
I won't be able to do anything or go Ladycom Magazine, the new Compton Hall Club House for the

B anywhere this summer but.HAS nationwide military wives maga- guests.
Jax. Over 35 children, ranging zine, announcing that NWCA, Jax Yesterday Jax 1## 86 held its
I in ages 9 through 14, will be ## 86 had been named their Aug- monthly .Members were
brought to the base Wednesdays ust Club of the Month. dressed as Jolly Rogers.
,, and Thursdays duringjuly. Some Several welcome guests wereat Auto tags are and will con- *
I of the different facilities the chil- the clubs regular social edu- tinue to be sold until July 17, i
dren will be seeing are VW 4, cational meeting June 18. Guests at the main side gym. The club .r: > "a,<. rc

VP 16, VP 45, Fleet Wea- included Mrs. George Quam, will be giving out American Flag k _
ther Facility,Air Operations,and Mrs. Frederic Von Almen Mrs. decals for display on your car. a
the station fire department. The Harold Minnick, Mrs. William These are free, even if there is BARS AND BELLS-Lieutenant's bars and wedding bells,
that is for Lt. J.C. Sadler rapid communications division of-
i. children will see a fire fighting Wiley and a new transfer no tag purchase. Please come ,
t :\ demonstration while at the fire from NWCA # 225, Landy Dove. down and get a decal. Jointhe ficer of NAS. Lt. (jg) C.M. Sciarrotta.also ef communications,

department, and then take a boat Another sister member was drive for patriotism. Help sell and Capt. B.W. Dean put the new shoulder boards in place.
J ride at the NAS Boat House with added to the clubs midst in an initiation America, the greatest land on Miss Sciarrotta and Lt. Sadler are planning to be married
: ; an accompanying water safety ceremony June 18. Wel- earth. August 9. (

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with fire and fury the lighting Awards for the week went to 'Red Cans.:: Coach Lee boastsof
system failed and the game was Coaches Tom Puckett and Tony the return of six membersof
CECIL SPORTS ROUNDUP canceled. The strategywasgooduntil Arrendondi, whose outstanding last year's Raiders, the
it was decided that the game contribution in the way of refreshments team which finished third in the
SMC George Blackburn would be re-scheduled for July for the AMD Red District. Among them are Bill

Caps, stirred their team and Painter, Bob Fewell, who last
8.There was some fine plays by spectators alike great achieve- year was selected for regional
Blackbirds Forfeit To both teams in the last contest ments. play, Doug Shepard, Bruce
Larry Zorilla of the Hornets and Kusske, Tom Sabin and Jack
NAS Cecil 'Old Men' Bruce Kusske of the Red Caps The Cecil Field Raiders, a Hardee. Coach Lee feels that
; kept rolling them in there to the composite of all-stars from the the addition of Jerry Walker,
made clutch defensive plays that intra-mural league aboard the Steve Burton, Client Murphy,Don
All-Stars Slam ThemNAS revented two scores. Steve station, will travel to McDill Jackson Larry Schoonover, Ed
Burton pitched one of his better Air Force Base this weekend to Vaughn and Dave Brinker, that
games and old Jim Lee of the clash with Patrick and McDill the Cecil Raiders will be tough
Cecil..The VA-45 Black- Painter on the mound, thinkinghe Red Caps kept rolling them in Air Bases. This will be the to beat again this year.
birds failed to produce enough would continue his fine pitch- there to the dismay of the first in a series of practice Again, I wish to urge Cecil
players Friday night at "B Cir- ing streak that has been effectivein Hornets.In games for Ihe Raiders in pre- Softball fans that even though
cle Field to give the Cecil Chief's recent games, and were dis- other action last week, paration for the Sixth Naval Dis- these games will be for practice
Softball Team a workout. mayed when he gave up six runs VA-45 downed VA-174, 8 to 6. trict Tournament to be held at alone, your support is needed
The anxious Chiefs, not readyto and numerous walks.It The Weapons Department team, NAS Jacksonville in August. and would be greatly desired by
give up just because there was a rough night for the now a composite of Marine and The Raiders are led by player- the Raiders. Once you see themin
was no one to play ball with, 'old men' all and all when the Weapons personnel defeated Den- coach Jim Lee, famous for his action, you will want to support
allowed Coach Waples to pick All-Stars finally put them down tal 6 to 1 and later in the week fire-ball pitching' for the AMD them in the District tourney too.'Seasoned'Chiefs .
ball players from the stands. 11 to 3.Some. downed VA-45, 12 to 6. VA-44
The result was what might be other teams have stated won by forfeit over Dental and AN OPEN LETTER
referred to as a VA44VA45 that they will challenge the Chiefs AMD won by forfeit over Opera-
all-star team, and gave the on later dates, probably thinkingthe tions. In
'old men' something to think 'old man' have a weak spot Over in the American League viteYoung
about. The Chiefs stated Bill in the catching department since action started to pick up as VA-67 I IDear
the departure of Gene Scheliser. and VA-36 handed VA-64 a doubleset Officers To Play Ball
Coach Gaskill would like all these back.In .
,Q't1 ;!tv \lit.. competition to know that the Thursday's action VA-64
\ r..t'1' .. Sirs: you our only desire is to match
be
Chiefs still
%" "t'I are going to a bounced back from their two
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It seems that recent telephone skill with And it is
ff "rot:> i tough team to handle. losses to take two from VA-15, you. though
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t. f< conversations and personal widely known that we do not equal
D
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) Coach Hank Under made the also had a double header and quieries have generated very lit- you in age, spirit or prestige,
11: tlf.
statement that the game between managed to split the winningor tle response to our challengethat we make it all up in experience,
".' 4. l(! r* AMD and VA-44 would be a pre- ( the losings, depending how you meet the Cecil Chief's skillfulness and maturity.
1
"' view of the battle for the Station one looks at it) when they won Softball Team on the diamond Therefore the challenge is cast
TRAIN TOBECOME Championship, and true it maybe. over VC-4, 20 to 9 but lost to this month. It therefore appears again, in form which the Publiccan
that the only alternative to bring be of what Is about
The 'Hornets were out there for VA-66, 9 to 8. aware to
A more than just practice though you to the ball field is through take place (or not take place).
DISC JOCKEY since they wanted to put an end National Cecil Field's only source of news, The game will be played at your
to the AMD 'Red Cap's winning AMD 16-1 the AFTERBURNER.It convenience with only one stipu-
ANNOUNCER OR streak. The game went eight VA-44 14-3 is understood that we do not lation: LOSER BUYS!
before calledon intend to embarrass nor degrade /s/Crafty Chief
NEWSCASTER.Hundreds ',Innings it was VA-174 12-3
account of man-made dark- Weapons 711 school
of graduates on the ness. The Hornets almost pulledit Dental .'. 7-11
air. Graduate In a matter of a A. An accredited graduate
half of the
in their eighth,
out VA-45 6-12 QUESTIONSand
will be considered full
few months. Train In your off course
with men on first and third and Operations 6-12
hours. Tuition on terms. Visit time when 14 semester hours or
our studios and ask for one out, but they just couldn'tmanage American. the equivalent are taken unlessit
free descriptive brochure, or to get a hit out of the VA-82 10-0 is the established policy of
phone for one. infield. VA-36 13-2 the school to consider less. A
No obligation. AMD came to bat in the top VA-64 9-4 ANSWERSQ. school official must so certify.Q. .

I APPROVED FOR VETERANS of the ninth and 'Hoagy' Car- VA-86 :,',<" 7-4
Where does the funding
michale led off with a solid hit VA-66 7-8
HOME SCHOOL CALIF for operation of the
left field which fielded
to was VA-15 3-14 How many: semester
COLUMBIA SCHOOL MSTS command
expertly by player-coach Linder. VC-4 2-14 hours are required for full from? come
OF BROADCASTING No one is quite sure what happened time training in graduate
223 W. Adams next, ,and though the mad A. It is operated under whatis
'Red Hatters' claim not to 1 known as the Navy Industrial
356.8351 have influenced the situation, Fund. The operation differs-
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Movie Stricklyn. Color Racing Drama
GIG ((83 mins.)
HOSPITAL: "HOOK LINE AND

ScheduleMovies SINKER" WANT AD SECTIONAds

Sunday, June 29

will be shown nightlyat NAS MATINEE: 'GOLIATHAND

the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. THE DRAGON" starring should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville. ,
There will also be a kiddie mat- Mark Forest and Broderick Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the 'following Thursday.Ads .
inee 2 Saturday and Crawford. Color Action. ((87 arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
at p.m. a mins.) publisher is 'instructed: otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- be received WITH the copy for the ad.D .
day and holidays.The Sunday, June 29
Hospital Theater will have
one nightly feature at 7 p.m. NAS: "DEAD RUN" starring Net Said. Cisil

Cecil Field will have two nightly Peter Lawford and George Geret.
shows during the week at 5:30 Color Drama. RIG ((98 mins.) Rate: Miiinvn charge ((3 lints).$2.00
HOSPITAL: "TRACK OF
and 8 p.m. Matinees will be
shown on weekends at 2 and 5 THUNDER" ltl.I.IIII' weriis Hie 0.50
Per 1 ((4 ,per ).

p.m.Ratings: A Adults; GGen- Monday, June 30 _._
-
eral Audience M Matured -
; NAS: "MORE DEAD THAN UNCLAIMED FREIGHT ElectroluxVac.$15 IN CLAY COUNTY DUCK POND
Youths; S Superior; E Ex- ALIVE" starring Clint Walker 7 new 1969 ZIG ZAG SEWING ALL BRANDS HOSE$6.50 Area. 5 acres 10 acres &
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cellent; VG Vry Good; and Vincent Price. Color Wes- MACHINES, slightly scratched in 6110 103rd St. Dealer Ph.: larger traCts Terms2825272or
CNA Class
Good F Fair -
,
; tern. A&MY/VG ((101 mins.) shipment, with full factory guar- 5028. 282 5224.
Not Available.
HOSPITAL: 'DEAD RUN" antee. Zig-Zags makes button- FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
Thursday, June 26 holes, fancy designs, sews on Houses & Apts., Equity VA & B&B KENNELS

NAS: "WHERE IT'S AT" Tuesday, July I buttons, appliques, monograms, FHA rtrs les. $100 down. Call Boarding for dogs cats and ,
starring David Jans sen and Rose- etc. $47 or $8 per month. Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 264- horses. 5214 Collins Road., '
mary Forsyth. Color Comedy NAS: "DEVIL'S BRIGADE" CONSOLE MODEL STEREO, 2411 Orange Park Realty. Mili- Near Orange Park, 2649602.

Drama. R/VG ((101 mins.) starring William Holden, Cliff combination with Radio Like tary Free Notary.
Robertson and Vince Edwards. new, automatic record changer. BRAND NEW
Friday, June 27 Color War Drama. A&MY/E Multi-speed. Balance ,of $68 or WELDING I 1969 Morse Zigzag Sewing Machine -
$8 per month.INTERNATIONAL. No job too large or small.Trail- Left in Layaway Balance
mins.
NAS: "HOOK LINE AND ((103 )
ornamental Iron work, fuel
ers,
SILVER- $6 Mo. 6110
SINKER" starring Jerry Lewis, HOSPITAL: "MORE DEAD $34.50 Cash or
oil stands. Westside Custom
Peter Lawford and Anne Francis. THAN ALIVE" WARE, like new service for & 103rd St., Ph. 771 5028. De-
Lane Lenox.
Welding Corner
Color Comedy. G/VG ((92mins.) eight, 50 pieces. $39 or $8 per 781 9482.GEORGE'S. livery with no obligation.
HOSPITAL: "WHERE IT'sAT" Wednesday July 2 month.
COFFEE SILVER SERVICE,ser KENNELS WILMAR APARTMENTS

ving tray, sugar and creamer. Dogs and Cats boarded. Free 6 Duplex, near Jax & Cecil.
Saturday June 28 $65 or$8 month. Furnished $105. unfurnished
NAS: "THE FIRST TIME" per pickup and delivery Est. 1925, ,
NAS: "TRACK OF THUNDER" starring Jacqueline Bissette and Call Credit Manager 353-1946 5085 Edgewood Q. (Near Cas- $85, plus St. Tax, Newly painted -
DAY or NITE. Will deliver, no 2 Br. Lg. Kit., Breakfastnook
starring Tommy Kirk and Ray Wes Stern. Color Comedy. sat and Edgewood) 389 0064. ,
obligation, or can be inspectedat 2 car parking space,water,
Warehouse. 1606 Main Street. 9 x 12 RUG SHAMPOO sewage, garbage, lawn service
REPOSSESSED KIRBY VACUUM INTRODUCTORY OFFER $3.95 included., !. block West of the
attachments.. For information For Information call: 724-5398. 5900 Blk. of Jammes Rd., 1/2
OPEN SUNDAY call 724 5398. mile South of 103rd St. Call 387-
UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT 2541 nites or weekends call 389-
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS 3 BR, 1 Bath and 1/2. Ortega

Consoles some With AM/FM, Hills area $135 per mo. CallL. 0744.VA & FHA REPOSSESSIONS
tape players. At dealers cost, E. Breeding 264 6296
to liquidate stock. Full warranty I after 6. 3 Br., 1, 1 1/2, & 2 baths $100
Phone 771 0409. down as low as $65 month. Callus
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK for up to date lists that will

1OO GUARANTEE WANTED ,- BABY SITTER TO 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS. Clean be mailed without obligation .
modern trailers & Apts., 389 VANSANDT REALTY 3873597.
care for children in home
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In- my 3007.
ertlon. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything during the summer. Call Mrs. AUTO AIR CONDITIONING
that needed it.. And guaranteed them 160% for the repair or Breeding after 6 p.m. 264 IN CLAY COUNTY Window units: & central units,
replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 day. or 1000 6296. 2 & 3 acre Ranchettes, paved serviced &. repaired. Tylers
miles. Come on In and double check.
PART TIME ((3)) and graded road frontage, $1450. Heating & Air Conditioning, 4711
ENGINE TRANSMISSION 'REAR 'FRONT AXLE Age to 32. $160 per month to per lot & up terms. Off. Ph. Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 388 -
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 282 5272 Home 282 5224. 5161.
start, Good hours, Fringe bene-
fits after 90 days. National Com-
69 VW Fastback '
$2395Radio Neat & like FOR SALE 64 VW "BUG"R UNCLAIMED FREIGHT
must meeting
heater, automatic transmission. people.pany. Hours to call: 10 AM & H, Re built engine. Ex- 5 Deluxe Solid State Fully tran-

68 VW Dlx. Sta. 'Wag. $2495Radio until 12 PM. 3 PM until 6 PM. cel. Cond. $950. 264 6840. sistorized stereophonic high -
& fidelity consoles in beautiful hand
> Heater 388-7298.
1336 GROVE PARK DRIVE rubbed finish. Deluxe PSR 4 Spd
68 VW Karmann Ghla Cpe $2395Radio SWIM LESSONS ON Orange Park. 3 BR, $125.50mo. Record Changer and 4 Speaker -

& Heater. Air Cond. WATER SAFETYlnstructorMr. Low equity. Base Ext. audio system to be sold for
67 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag.. $1895 Ellington. 772-2930 or 3884498.Eve. 3585 Eve. 264. 9842. $79 each. Can be paid for at

Kadlo fc hater Green & White. CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS $6.45 per mo. This may be inspected -

66 VW Dlx. Sta. at 7204 Atlantic Blvd.,
Wag. $1695 67 MUSTANG 2 DR, HT.,
ROOMMATE TO SHARE Mon Fri. 9 AM 6 PM -
Auto/Trans., V 8, R & H.,
67 MERCURY Caliente $1795 2 BR. home, 2 phones, TVs, Nice. - - $1695. Sat. 9 AM -1 PM.

4Dr., V-8 A.T.. PS. Green Stereo, Mr. Ellington, 7722930or '66 T BIRD 2 Dr., HT.,
388-4498 Eve. FOR SALE 1964 VW Good
68 VW Sedan $1795Radio Loaded - - 2395. Condition $750. Tel. 771 -
& Heater FOR SALE 1966 HONDA '66 PONTIAC LEMANS 6 Cyl., 2539 or NAS 2974.
68 OPEL KADET $1595Dr. CB160 Very Good Cond., $270. 2 Dr., HT, R & H A/T,
> ., Radio & (Includ. helmet) 4363 Timuquana with air SPECIAL$1295.. BABY SITTING Baby Sit in
Heater Call A. T. Madison, Ext. 2431.or my home by hour, day, nite or
67 VW Sedan $1495Stereo Rd.HOUSE TRAILER FOR RENT 284 1391. week. Good loving care, hot
New Paint. WE FINANCE! meals, live in Lake Shore area.
Near Normandy Shopping Center,
4514 Manchester Road. Call 387-
66 VW Sedan Y $1295 Call: 389-6243. '67 FORD GALAXIE 500 2 Dr.

Radio, heater HT, V8, Power and Air, Wide 1967 anytime.
AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast Oval, Tires. 390 New heavy
66. SIMCA $895 & West Coast. 353 3691. duty shock., Exc. Cond. $1795. FULL OR PARTTIMECHOOSE
.-Dr. own hours Sell member-
NELL'S CERAMICS 768 2476. your
65 VW Camper $1395Radio Pouring Service Discount on ships in money saving GENI
& Heater Supplies 5842 Joy Drive So. '61 ELEC. 45 HP MERCURY hosiery club. Make up to $10per
771 0054. Controls. Tanks Battery -$195 hr. Age or sex no bar-
65 FAIRLANE 500 $12954Dr. 5921 Norde Dr. E. 771 0153 rier. Call 771 7920 for per-

V-8, Automatic transmission Air Cond. sonal interview. ..

65 CHEV. Y2 Ton Pickup $1195 tte( I(-'EdBO Good Transp.RENAULT$115.- 1960 Call 4CC Mrs. FOR RENT 3 BR 2 BATH

Andrews 7723446. Park
Colonial Home in Orange
64 VW $1195
Squareback $175 Call 264 5306.
FOR RENT PRIVATE 85 x .
64 VW Sedan $1095Radio : )( 150 ft. mobile home lot, trees, '68 FORD F AIR LAN WAGON\

41/2mi.Cecil Field, 9 mins. 289 V-8, auto trans., R & H,
& Heater i j. to NAS $35 mo. 771.. 2765 Transf. Warranty, Perf. Cond.,
63 VW Sedan $995Radio $2100 or your car ((1n running
& Heater condition) and pay off bank $1820
BEAGLE PUPS MALE $15 -
OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM Female $10, 4909 Homecrest 781 7842 after 4:30 p.m.

Circle 388 5615 eves.
HAVE ROOM FOR TWO
11(04'- Passengers to Kansas City about
WESTS IDEVOLKSWAGEN TRANSFERRED WASHING 7 July Call 387 3918.

Machine, Refrigerator, Sewing
.. J J Machine Bunk Bed Mattress TRAILOR LOT FOR RENT-1/2
INC. 384 7176. Acre -5 mins.to base.$30 month
103rd & Blanding Center 772 0945.

1150 Lode Ave., So. Phone 781-5511 7717970PHONE 68 VW SEDAN 10,000 MI. 16 FT ALUMINUM BOAT
Perf. Cond., Officer leaving Sts. Texas made, 60 HP Motor, &
Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM AHEAD Best offer 246-5505 Ex.385 after Trailer. $595. 6082 Bizier Rd.

FOR FASTER SERVICE 4 p.m. 771-8383 after 5 PM.i .



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I Dedication, Patience and Tenacity Equals 'Market Time' Success I B l



By Lt. H.L. Champlin, USNR half years the United States security and more intensive ting ashore, contributing sub- cated six-man crew these shal-
Commander Coastal Surveillance Navy and Coast Guard at the coastal surveillance was obviousand stantially to their morale and se- low water patrol boats are capable -
Force, Vietnam request of the Government of thus the idea for Opera- curity.To of speeds in excess of
South Vietnam, have successfullymet tion "Market Time." insure the security and de 25 knots. Armament includes
CAM RANH BAY, South Vietnam this challenge with the crea- In the accomplishment of this fense of five major South VIet- three 50-cal. machine guns and
-Along the rugged 1,200 tion of Task Force 115 a coastal surveillance mission, namese ports and 50,000 square an 81mm mortar plus numerous
mile South Vietnamese coastlineare coastal surveillance force specially "Market Time" forces board and miles of coastal water betweenthe smaller automatic weapons.
more than 60,000 potentialViet designed to meet the unusual search more than half a million DMZ and the Cambodian bor- High speed maneuverability,
Cong junks and sampans, demands of unconventionalnaval junks and sampans a year' one der in.the Gulf of Thailand, Task and firepower makes the"Swift"
each capable of smuggling much warfare in Southeast Asia. every two minutes checking Force 115 is sub-divided into boat extremely effective in the
needed men. weapons and sup- Operating under the code name identification cards for suspectedViet five Coastal Surveillance Cen- interdiction of evading enemy
plies in the Republic of South "Market Time," this unique organization Cong and looking for con- ters (CSCs) and an equal number junks and sampans along the
Vietnam. is the U.S. Navy's traband cargo. of Harbor Entrance Control coastline, while its shallow draft
The Commander. U.S. Naval first command integrating sea, Last year alone, this board Posts. (HECTs). allows penetration of inland wa-
Forces Vietnam, has estimatedthat air and shorebased units of both and search operation yielded 10, The CSCs are located at such terways for the conduct of spe-
less than 200 medium the Navy and Coast Guard with 000 detaines and tons of illegal strategic places as Danang just cial operations.
sized fishing junks could easily the multiple task of anti-sea cargo. "Market Time forces have South of the DMZ, and at Vung Sharing responsibility with the
meet all of the Viet Cong's logistics infiltration, enemy interdiction uncovered and thwarted nine ma- Tau, overlooking the south of PCJs for close-in coastal sur-
requirements for one full along inland waterways, harbor jor infiltration attempts, includ- the vital Saigon River. Addi- veillance and gunfire support are
day of combat operations southof defense and Naval gunfire support ing the destruction or capture of tional sites are at An Thoi on the Coast Guard 32-foot WPBs.
the.DMZ. to allied forces operating ashore. six heavily laden North Vietna- Phu Quoc Island in the Gulf of Although not as fast as the
The essential, but seemingly mese trawlers, each carrying Thailand and at Qui Thorn and "Swift" boat, these Coast Guard
impossible task of identifying Navy Boss many tons of arms and ammuni- Nha Traus along the central Patrol Boats, with their nine-
these insurgent infiltrators from tion.Through coast. man crew, have the same fire-
tens of thousands of otherwise Homebased at Cam Ranh Bay, the years, "Market Fully staffed around the clock, power plus much greater endur-
innocent fishermen and cargo- South Vietnam "Market Time's" Time's" role in Vietnam has these Surveillance Centers exer- ance and seaworthiness.PGB .
masters might seem like an endless Force Commander, Navy Cap- been greatly expended to includethe cise local operational control
search for a "needle ina tain Roy F. Hoffmann and his extensive use of naval gun- over patrol units assigned their Support
haystack." staff aggressively direct the activities fire in the execution of its sur- respective areas and fully coordinate Backing up the "Swift" boats
But for the last three and a of over 3,500 men and veillance and interdiction mis- their activities with the and WPBs are High Endurance
more than 180 patrolboats, ships sions along the coastline and inland "Market Time" operations cen- Coast Guard Cutters and unitsof
and aircraft under his commandor waterways of South Vietnam. ter at Cam Ranh Bay the Navy's Seventh Fleet Pat-
I direction. The psychological and destruc- HECPs, located at Qui Nhon, rolling along barriers furtherout
i Terrell's Operation "Market Time"; tive effect of these gunfire mis- Vung Ro Bay, ,Nha Trang, Cam to sea. These include Radar
named for the native craft utili- sions has severly limited the en- Ranh Bay and Vung Tau, are Picket Destroyer Escorts, O-
zing the coastal waterways for emy's freedom of movement in staffed by members of Inshore cean-going and Coastal Mine -
fishing and transporting_ these areas and have taken a Undersea Warfare Group One, Sweepers, LSTs, and the Navy's
goods to and from market, had heavy toll in enemy lives and WESTPAC Detachment, which is newest addition to the "Market
TavernPOOL an unusual beainning. property. under the operational control of Time" patrol force the 165-
In 1965, a U.S. Army helicopter Impressive TollIn the Commander Coastal Surveil- foot high speed Patrol Gun Boator
pilot flying a daily patrol lance Force, but which utilizesthe PGB. The big three and five
along the South Vietnamese cen- one recent month, 860 such code name "Stable Door." inch guns and 40mm cannons on
tral coastline regularly observed missions were conducted by "Stable Door" units maintain these ships, plus their extensive
TABLES a small inconspicuous island ina "Market Time" forces,account- 24-hour visual and radar sur- on-station time almost insures
SANDWICHES harbor along his route. Although int for 425 enemy junks and veillance of harbor areas from that a large would-be infiltrator -
PIZZA uncharted, this "island" sampans destroyed or damaged, these Control Posts which com- will never reach the South
BOWLING drew little attention until it began 745 structures destroyed or dam- mand the best view obtainableof Vietnamese coastline.
BEER slowly moving from one side of aged and over 200 enemy cas- each harborharbor approaches The last and most vital element'
the harbor to the other. Takinga ualties.In and anchorage areas. "Stable of this highly integrated task
TERRELL CANNONOwner closer look, the pilot discov- addition to utilizing naval Door harbor patrol boats inter- force is the U.S. Navy's P-2V
ered an expertly camouflagedNorth gunfire in support of its own cept and search local indigenous "Neptune" and P-3 "Orion" patrol -
Vietnamese supply ship anti-Infiltration mission, "Mar- craft, maintain a vigilant watch aircraft.Airborne around the
rearming insurgent forces in ket time" units provide emer- for enemy swimmers or floating clock these flying radars contin-
4527 120th ST. YUKON plain sight of allied troops in gency and pre-planned gunfirein objects 'which could be mines or uously patrol the coastline, pro-
Phone: 389 9660 the area. The need for tighter support of United States and part of mines and carry Explo- viding Market Time"withearly
11.1111, 1111I1111.111I11I1.111111I_ other free world forces opera- sive Ordnance Disposal diver warning and detection of suspicious -
personnel for inspection ship's contacts approaching South
hulls and anchor chains. Vietnam from seaward.
The remainder of the in While these various forces,
country task force consists of five together with three island radar
Navy coastal divisions of PCF sites ,constitute one of the most
"Swift" boats and three Coast effective barricades of a coast-
BILLS Guard divisions of WPGs, all located line in history, the job of the
near the CSCs and at Cat Coastal Surveillance does not end
Lo and Gm Lai. These bases here.
out-rank provide maintenance facilitiesfor "Market Time" coastal divi-
the coastal patrol boats together sions at An Thoi and Cat Lo
with living quarters for conduct intensive training pro-
their crews. "Stable Door" har- grams instructing South Vietnamese -
your bor patrol boats and their crews Navymen in surveillance
: are located adjacent to the Har- dictrine and operation of PCF's.
bor Entrance Control Posts.
"Market Time's"often tedious (Continued Next Week)
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is in full swing this summerat Assistant Resident Officer in for the contractor, Wesley of
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COMPUTER CORNER Fliers Lose Scoring Punch




? ON Bud SPORTSBy GoodeMen As MacDill Grounds Hitters '



r are made by nature unequal once observed a wise man. Jax--The Jax Fliers were rificed and the Fliers were off two hits and never got a man
Baseball teams, too. The balance between pitching defense and bat brought back to earth last week to a great start with three runs. past second base as Stewart has
ting offense is the one most important factor in winning pennants. end after being drubbed by the Jax hurler Les Car roll scattered an uphill battle with no offensive
Some teams have it, some don't. MacDill Hawks from Tampa in six hits the rest of the way and support, and, Jax was kayoed 5-

After the first fifty games of the season the well balanced teams three games of a four game the Fliers held on to win 3-0. 0.

(Chicago Cubs, Los Angeles, Atlanta, San Francisco, and Cincin series. That's It Drop ThirdIn
nati in the National League Baltimore, Minnesota, Oakland, Before entertaining the Hawks Their glory was short-lived, the series finale Jax dida
Boston and Detroit in the American) are beginning to emerge as last weekend the Fliers were on however, because after four little better in the hit department -'
the pennant contenders a fine win streak, notching 14 of scoreless innings in the second but not any better in

Computer Corner has found over the past ten years that a well the last 15 games in the win game of the doubleheader the producing those game winning
balanced pennant contender will score at least 20% more runs thanit column. MacDill provided Jax 1 hawks loaded the bases and runs. Although Les Carroll gave
gives up. To measure 'balance' through games of May 27, Computer the toughest competition to date Fliers pitcher Von McClure let up only one run to the Hawks,
Corner obtained these results after pouring the season sta. and the Fliers simply folded, one hang and center fielder it was enough to spoil the Fliers
tistics into our Univac electronic sports analyzer: scoring in only two innings of Pitts cleaned the bases and a bid for a series split. The
the 27 in which theybatted. How- four run lead. The Fliers weren'tout fifth inning proved to be the only
AMERICAN LEAGUE ever, Jax played without the ser of it altogether as Bill Aaron dark sport in Carroll's perfor-
) vices of hitters, Bob Rich Beaudoin and Al Wells
two
EAST' RATIO WEST RATIO top mance and the run resulted from
:"'" R/OR R/OR Kicielinski and Pat Higgins, both singled in the seventh to push two errors after a single and the
hampered with ankle sprains.The across three runs but the effort Fliers were downed 10.
BALTIMORE 59% OAKLAND 29% only glory the Fliers could fell short and so did the Fliers
DETROIT 20% MINNESOTA 25%: salvage was In the first game 5 to 3. This weekend Jax will try to
BOSTON 19% CHICAGO 6% Friday night. In the first chance In the next two games the Fliers get back in the winning book as
NEW YORK -8% SEATTLE -99% with the bat they pushed across nearly fell apart as the great they host Albany Navy in two
WASHINGTONCLEVELAND .8% KANSAS CITY % three runs as third sacker Ken famine of 1969 hit NAS in the form doubleheaders at Mackroth Field.In .
45 'o CALIFORNIA44a Oliver and shortstop Dan Burton of a team scoring slump.In their first meeting of the

NATIONAL LEAGUE drew consecutive walks and first Saturday's opener MacDill season a month ago the Fliers
baseman Bill Aaron and center teed off on pitcher Don Stewartfor swept a four game series. Game
CHICAGO 57% LOS ANGELES 26% fielder Ron Mensinger both sing- eight hits and five runs. time is 7 p.m. Friday and
PITTSBURGH .2% CINCINNATI 20% led. Catcher Al Wageman sac The Fliers were blanked on only 1 p.m. Saturday.
ST. LOUIS .4'10 ATLANTA 19%
NEW YORK .6% SAN FRANCISCO 1J: %
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The ratio of runs (offense) to opponent runs (defense) is the Standings

best measure of team balance that Computer Corner has found. following swim classes will be offered at the Officers' Pool,
And it is obvious from the above statistics where the balance, and American
CPO Pool, and Pool 36 37 on the dates designated:
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Baltimore is scoring 59% more runs than it gives up; Detroit is Type Dates Time VAP 62 12-0

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4-9
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are too much for the St. Louis Cardinals, this year. The Cards are IntermediateIntermediate July 29 Aug. 8 1000 1030 & 1030 1100 AIC Maint. 3-11
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I I p By JOSN Brent Kallestad I Setting Fiery / /


Watched the Fliers get their barely failed to qualify for the Softball PaceIn
wings clipped this weekend -- U. S. Open is currently carry-
first chance towatch the Jax nine Ing a zero handicap. Jim Kin- American League action
--got a real charge out of watchingcolorful der a veteran of many years Monday night Bill Kennedy of
Frank McCaffrey.guidehis and Admin fired a one hitter.to lead CARSAND
many honors on the links
boys. A former professional is a bit off his game in in Admin in a 10 0 romp over T
pitcher who played several years tramural play and has slippedto FAETU. Kennedy was supportedby
with teams betweenjacksonvilleand Si one handicap. the bats of Jim Quinn, Dave
outlawed Canada, McCaffreystill Tuscan and George Hydar as each
possesses a tremendous love There are 16 teams and nearly blasted a home run. Quinn and DEALS 0 !
for the game and his keen base- 200 aspiring golfers entered in Tuscan unloaded with a man on
ball mind is a boost to Flier for- this summers' program. base and Hydar's was a solo blast.
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the weekend. League leading kept
There may be only five teams up their torrid pace as Mickey
That 'Lit White Ball competing in the tennis program Riddle pitched the undefeated
The Dispensary's Walt Brittleis but VP 16 has an outstanding Vappers t6 a 17 10 win over
the top intramural golfer on netman in Ken McCullough.The VP 16. Harold Freeman pro- Iiw-
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